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Show me God

I fumbled across it, whilst tunnelling under a tree The one superfluous atom, left over from reality Now positioned straight ahead, looking directly into me Emerging from some quanta, imperceptible yet I can see The missing nucleus of balance, and pinnacle of all belief No evidence required No probability, No examination No stewards inquiry, No foggy darkness In absolute clarity, Came from before the beginning, to remain when everything ends Past present and future, in the same uninterrupted tense Oh one superfluous atom, creates an omnipresent sense Continuums of structure expand, simultaneously as they condense Equilibrium could only arrive, when this surplus atom went I wish I may I wish I might today’s the day I’ve seen your light Superfluous atom grant my wish tonight Giving me this moment, I’d longed since being born Banished all misconception, taking away my thorn Drew back deaths curtain, opening every possible dawn Spacetime unwinds, into a smooth universal lawn At last I can see beyond, even the Big Bang is gone Eternity vanquished Infinity overcome Barriers relinquished Perpetuity’s done Theories extinguished Equations equal none All because one superfluous atom, chose to remain alone This God particle, self evicted, so our space could be freely grown By David Kavanagh

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Date: 1/24/2022 1:43:00 PM
David, you've written some thoughtful and thought-provoking poems. We need to start problems and suggestions for a focus group. If we do not believe in a higher power, we may want to explore meditating on and sustaining our spirituality. Our fire's ignitor. Our ideas, ambitions, and goals might have turned Destiny away from us. Returning to Righteousness begins with being entirely truthful about our thoughts, feelings, and actions—best wishes for the contest.
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David Kavanagh
Date: 1/24/2022 2:04:00 PM
Indeed Lasaad, I totally get what you say, I just prefer to peer through the murky substance of reality, sometimes it’s actually cathartic for the soul, in a way my own form of meditation, I never dismiss a higher power out of hand just see it differently than organised religion, in this poem it’s a continuous entity of no size or stature, so can be anything the reader wants, Thank you so much for kind comments, cheers David
Date: 1/24/2022 11:03:00 AM
Thought provoking verse David, I wonder if they'll ever find it, at one time Cern featured regularly on the news but haven't heard hide nor hair of them for years. I remember one of their experiments through up an analomy and they thought physics would have to be rewritten, turns out it was just a glitch. Good luck in the contest. Tom
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David Kavanagh
Date: 1/24/2022 11:14:00 AM
Some glitch Tom, in a ten billion dollar + machine, I believe it’s getting an upgrade at the moment so they say, this one is me putting reason and reality together and basically coming up with anything’s possible so long as it remains unknown, thanks for the visit cheers David